Palimasan Baanjung: Variant of Banjar Traditional House in Banjarmasin, Indonesia
AbstractStructural designs are potential sources of expression, in terms of traditions, and also assist in preserving the cultural heritage of most communities.The palimasan baanjung (with anjung roof) exists as a novel variant with a unique shape, compared to other eleven Banjar traditional house categories mentioned in literatures. This paper is, therefore, aimed at presenting and placing the new alternative into various types or subtypes of Banjar houses. Descriptive writing technique was adopted, while essential data were compiled through observations, interviews, and available documents. The results showed the modern structure with a significant segment was classified into palimasan type and palimasan baanjung subtype. However, the basis for the grouping relates to the robust similarity in the form of rudimentary plan, main and terrace roof shapes, as well as the supporting pillars.
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